Early "likes" can breed more "likes," researchers say

Content that quickly receives an initial "like" is markedly more likely to be "liked" by subsequent users, researchers say. Users are 32% more likely to "like" content that received a "like" shortly after publishing, a study found, with rapidly "liked" content netting about 25% more "likes" overall.

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